My sister and I stayed here and LOVED IT! Great value considering its downtown basically on the waterfront. The staff is friendly and free bike rental is great! We got to explore the city and stay in an awesome place.
We really enjoyed our stay. Our criteria was to have a central location, clean hotel that was pet friendly. Hotel Modera lived up to and surpassed our expectations. The restaurant had very high quality local ingredients that where prepaid to a high standard.
The hotel was very dog friendly from the time we entered to the time we left; a very important quality we look for.
We will definitely stay again when we are in Portland.
Beautiful lobby, welcoming staff and spacious rooms for meetings and reception. This was a very pleasant hotel close to shopping and restaurants in the heart of Portland. The rooms are beautifully decorated in classic linens and wood furnishings. Very clean hotel.
A return trip for an extended weekend. We have stayed at the Sentinel on several occasions. The staff are professional yet friendly and always ready to assist whether it be directions or reservations. We had a second floor corner suite (223) on the older 'side'. Spacious and clean. Street/traffic noise audible but not excessive. Free Wifi but connectivity was poor (slow, dropped) for the duration of stay. This has not been an issue on prior visits where we had rooms on the newer part of the hotel. Minor cosmetic issues due to wear and tear are noticeable but do not significantly detract from the experience. Access to in room safe could be significantly improved by relocating to opposite side of closet.
I've stayed here three times and love the vibe of this place. Huge rooms all with a wonderfully upbeat mid-century modern feel. The theme echoes through the entire hotel.
The streetcar has a stop right on the corner so it is an easy trip to get downtown. As a bonus the hotel has free passes for guests.
There is also a low key but vibrant neighborhood shopping district in easy walking distance for a good choice of restaurants.
The continental breakfast is fairly average but wine-tasting Wednesday was a nice surprise.
If you are a light sleeper you should request not to be on the first floor street side as the streetcar runs into the night.
West of the Willamette River, downtown offers a celebrated skyline, walkable streets, and a lively arts scene. Visitors shop tax-free at Powell’s Books and Portland Saturday Market, a craft lover’s paradise. Area festivals include Cinco de Mayo and the Oregon Brewer’s Festival. The Oregon Zoo, the swank Pearl District, and the inviting Pioneer Courthouse Square are other noteworthy attractions.